Craggy Range Bar & Grill in Whitefish reopened June 14 after an extensive remodel.
“We are excited to reveal Craggy’s new gastropub-inspired menu and interior. Hammerquist Casalegno Construction and CTA Group have helped us create an entirely new feel and design that has elevated the operational flow of the restaurant and allowed us to meet and even exceed current industry trends,” said Brad Ridgeway, Glacier Restaurany Group president.
During the renovation, an historical wall of hand-painted sign art on cinder blocks was revealed. The wall art includes local family names going back three and four generations in Whitefish, including the Goble and Sillaker families. The wall now serves as a focal point to the centrally located bar, home to a large flat screen TV which covers an old window cut-out in the center of the historical find.
In addition to the hand-painted sign art, some other unique and edgy additions are the garage-style front windows, the longest frost bar in Montana and an upgraded stage area for live music.
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